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Where? La Ferté-Alais / Aerodrome de Cerny
When?
31/05 - 01/06/2009

Though the airshow season is not over yet, the event at La Ferté-Alais can surely be rated amongst the top shows of the year. This is not only due to perfect weather, but also due to a perfect mixed of some of the finest flying that you can imagine of aircraft from all eras.

As I also did a bigger report about the event for "Flugzeug Classic", I will leave you alone with more photos and less text of the show.

The Pioneers:

Morane H

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Blériot XI-2

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Blériot XI

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Breguet 14

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Morane Saulnier MS317

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Tiger Moth & RAF SE5 a

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Waco, N3N & Ryan PT22

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The Germans: Focke Wulf & Bücker aircraft

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